For whatever reason when I reference certain fields via compute, the result comes out as "@SUM#112_PAIDAMT" if I just try to reference the field "PAIDAMT". Can anyone advise why the @ sign and all those weird characters display before the field I want to reference?
TABLE FILE _ADM_STAR SUM PAIDAMT ON TABLE HOLD AS 'HOLD' FORMAT SQL_SCRIPT ENDThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Brandon Andrathy,
never mind, I realized you need to reference the entire field name in these kinds of circumstances
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